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Ammonia Detector List

An Ammonia Detector is used to monitor for Ammonia gas for personal air protection and area protection using fixed gas monitors. The following list includes personal and location detection as well as portable detection and leak detection hand held monitors for Ammonia refrigeration piping.

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High Level Ammonia Gas Detector | IR Infrared
E12-15 IR

ATi’s E12-15 IR Infrared High Level Ammonia Gas Detector is a rugged, reliable, microprocessor-based, intelligent gas detector. The E12-15 IR can be used to monitor from PPM levels to explosive levels of ammonia gas. The E12-15 IR is ideally suited…

Modular Gas Detector

A14/A11 Modular Gas Detector is a flexible component system providing a variety of options to meet individual gas detection and alarm requirements. From chemical and petrochemical plants to food processors, this economical and low maintenance system can be applied to…

Toxic Gas Detection – ATI A12 2 Wire Toxic Gas Transmitter

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What is an Ammonia Gas Detector?

A detector comes in many configuration but is essentially an enclosed housing containing an Ammonia sensor and electronics to react to the output of a given sensor. Outputs may include alarms to alert workers to dangerous levels of Ammonia in their area. Relays to trigger automatic ventilation. Signal data using 4-20 ma or digital outputs.

What is an Ammonia Sensor?

The sensor component in any system is where Ammonia is detected. The most common type of Ammonia sensors are Electrochemical (EC) and Infra Red sensor (IR). EC sensors are the most commonly used and are available for many fixed and portable configurations. IR Ammonia sensors are typically used in harsh environments that would contaminate or damage EC sensors. Some harsh environments include extreme temperature ranges and high humidity situations.

What is an Ammonia Alarm?

Ammonia alarms are sub systems to monitors and detectors. It’s as simple as a warning sound produced by a personal portable gas monitor. In fixed gas monitoring systems and alarm would include both flashing lights and a suitably loud warning from an audible alarm.

Portable Ammonia Gas Detector

Workers entering danger areas should be equipped with personal Ammonia detection units. A wide range of personal Ammonia gas detectors are available for a safe working environment. Typically personal detectors use Electrochemical sensors due to their compact size and low power requirements.